Throughout the 2014 Canadian Football League season, we have seen 18 different starting quarterbacks. We started the season with these quarterbacks leading their teams: Kevin Glenn, B.C. Lions (6-7 as the starter) Mike Reilly, Edmonton Eskimos (9-3 as the starter) Bo Levi Mitchell, Calgary Stampeders (10-1 as the starter) Darian Durant, Saskatchewan Roughriders (8-2 as the starter) Drew Willy, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (6-8 as the starter) Zach Collaros, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (5-3 as the starter) Ricky Ray, Toronto Argonauts (5-8 as the starter) Henry Burris, Ottawa Redblacks (2-11 as the starter) Troy Smith, Montreal Alouettes (1-5 as the starter) We have been introduced to five quarterbacks who made their CFL debuts as starters in 2014. Can you name them? Hamiltons Jeremiah Masoli, debuted on July 18th vs Calgary and lost. (9-20-107yds-2td-1int) Hamiltons Dan LeFevour, debuted on July 28th vs Ottawa and won. (21-30-361-1td-1int) Montreals Jonathan Crompton, debuted on August 29th vs Ottawa and won. (15-25-245-0td-1int) Saskatchewans Tino Sunseri, debuted on September 14th vs Hamilton and lost. (9-21-88yd-0td-1int) Saskatchewans Seth Doege debuted on October 3rd vs Calgary and lost. (3-9-28-0td-3int) The remaining four starters we have seen this season are: Travis Lulay, 357 days after his last start, made his return on August 29 in a bitter-sweet 7-5 victory over Ottawa. In the last minute of play, Lulay re-injured his right throwing shoulder. Tough to watch this recurring nightmare unfold for the talented signal-caller, who just a few years ago, in 2011, was the CFLs Most Outstanding Player for both the regular season and in the Lions Grey Cup victory over Winnipeg. Drew Tate, Calgarys Stampeders fiery and talented signal-caller who is now 2-1 in relief of Bo Levi Mitchell, made his first start of the season on September 21 in a road loss to Montreal. Since then, Tate has settled down and guided the Stampeders to two extremely important West Division victories over the B.C. Lions and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Matt Nichols hopped back into the saddle for the Edmonton Eskimos just in time for the back-to-back Labour Day games vs. their arch rivals, the Calgary Stampeders. Unfortunately, the fifth year quarterback out of Eastern Washington, dropped both contests, moving his record this season as a starter to 0-2. Alex Brink, the fourth year quarterback from Washington State, was the next man up for the Montreal Alouettes when the Troy Smith experiment ended. Brink started two games, the first a loss to Saskatchewan on August 16th and the second start, albeit a brief appearance, was a loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers the following week. Alex is 0-2 as a starter in 2014. Theres only been two quarterbacks to start every game for their respective teams, can you name them? Think ageless and come-from-behind victories. If you said the Ottawa Redblacks Henry Burris and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Drew Willy, you would be bang on! These two warriors/quarterbacks have been able to find a way to overcome injury, adversity and a slew of other obstacles to provide their teams with a level of consistency from the most difficult position to play in all of sport. Who are some other quarterbacks we might see make a start down the stretch in 2014? Well, with Saskatchewan signing the 41-year-old Kerry Joseph this week, hes a good bet. Remember Joseph has won a Grey Cup in 2007 and won or earned the CFLs MOP that season. The team has struggled under centre with two young and inexperienced quarterbacks in Tino Sunseri and Seth Doege since Darian Durant went down in the Banjo Bowl vs Winnipeg. I believe Sunseri has a bright future in this league, but with five games remaining in the regular season, all the pressures that are innately there in Regina and with the West Division so tightly contested, I believe his time to learn the game and lead this team is going to be put on hold for a bit. The move to bring in Kerry Joseph is the right one for a few reasons. As stated before, both Sunseri and Doege are young and inexperienced. If Sunseri had not played so spectacularly in the second half of last weeks tough loss to Calgary, we would be hearing the chants for another young quarterback by the name of Keith Price, first year player from Washington. That would not be fair to the kid to throw him out there at this time of the season. Doege was not ready and it would be more of the same for Price. This has little or nothing to do with their skill set and ability as players, but more to do with a team that has the talent to contend and defend their Grey Cup title with a quarterback that has been there and done that. Its about a quarterback that has been groomed for these situations and one that is capable of handling them. That could be the young and talented Sunseri for a bit longer so that Joseph can get brought up to speed. But look for the veteran Joseph to play a large role sooner than later for the Green Machine, down the stretch. If Drew Willy keeps taking a beating, 54 sacks through the 1st 14 games, and if the Winnipeg Blue Bombers continue to drop games the last third of the season (lost seven of their last eight), I could see the Bombers resting their franchise player. This is all based on playoff contention. If the Bombers do make playoffs, no doubt its Willy. If they continue to go the direction they have been, seeing what Brian Brohm and Robert Marve have would be in order. With that said, I look for Marve to have the biggest upside in the future. Hes explosive and has more tools to suit the Canadian game. B.C. Lions quarterback Kevin Glenn has been getting banged up this season and the Lions are a few more solid hits and or a few sacks away from seeing what first year player John Beck from Brigham Young has to offer. I hope that doesnt happen, but the Lions are just one play away from that scenario. Looking at the rest of the teams that are just one play away from quarterbacks making their debuts in 2014 along with the five we have already seen are: Toronto is one play away from Mitchell Gale, second year player from Abilene Christian or Trevor Harris, third year player from Edinboro. Kinda scary when you think about that! Not to diminish these two young quarterbacks abilities, but the drop-off would be astronomical. What about in the Nations Capital? After the loss of Thomas Demarco on August 24th with a torn ACL, the Redblacks were one play away from Danny OBrien, first year player from Catawba. GM Marcel Desjardins went out and found an insurance policy, fifth year veteran from Purdue, Joey Elliott. Smart move! In Hamilton, with the loss of backup quarterback Dan LeFevour for the rest of the season, the options for Kent Austin in a back-up role are now Stephen McGee, first year player from Texas A&M (actually he was in Hamilton last season and knows offensive coordinator Tommy Condells playbook) and already mentioned Jeremiah Masoli, third year quarterback from Mississippi. So there you have it, a look at whos been in, whos in and who quite possibly could be in down the stretch. Bet we will see a few more before all is said and done! Ready Break!!! Jesse Lingard Jersey . The Leafs were back on the ice Wednesday following an 10-day break. 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The win puts Arsenal four points clear of Everton in fourth place with two games to play in the Premier League, a position which would qualify the club for Europes top competition for the 17th straight year.VANCOUVER -- Roberto Luongo wont have any family joining him next month when he suits up for Canada at the Winter Olympics. The same goes for Swedens Daniel Sedin. The Vancouver Canucks teammates are both concerned over security at the Games in Sochi, Russia, after a series of threats and terrorist attacks in the region. Two suicide bombers killed 34 people in the southern Russian city of Volgograd in December, and officials say they are hunting three more potential attackers -- including one believed to be in Sochi. "Its definitely on my mind, Im not going to lie," Luongo said after practice on Wednesday. "I think were all a little bit concerned. Were definitely going to keep an eye on it over the next few weeks." Sedin, who is set to compete for Sweden along with his twin brother Henrik, said he was "absolutely" concerned about the news coming out of Russia, including email threats on Wednesday against a handful of European countries set to participate at the Olympics. The threats were largely dismissed as a hoax, but the concern over security in Sochi is serious. "We talk about it quite a bit. Its nothing you can really joke about," said Sedin. "Its in the back of your head for sure." Luongo, the odds on favourite to start for Canada in its first game Feb. 13 against Norway, and Sedin both said safety is the main reason their families wont be travelling to Russia. Sedin added that if family members wanted to join him and his brother, he would discourage them from making the trip. An Islamic militant group in Dagestan -- which is located about 500 kilometres from Sochi -- claimed responsibility for the bombings in Volgograd in a video posted on Sunday. The video also contained a threat to strike the Olympics. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby voiced similar concerns to those of Luongo and Sedin to reporters in Pittsburgh on Sunday. "Obviously everybody watches the news and knows that theres been things happening fairly close to there," said Crosby, who will captain the Canadian team. "From what weve been told, I think theyre going to do everything they can to make sure its safe and secure. Were going over to play and focus on that. "Its not something everyones totally worried about, but I think its hard not to think about it when things are happening kind of close to there." Luongo is not the only Canadian Olympian advising his family to stay at home. Fellow goaltender Mike Smith doesnt want concern over his young family to affect his play while in Sochi. "Me having two young kids, my wifes also expecting numbeer three, theyre not going to go.dddddddddddd. Its not worth it," said Smith on Wednesday before his Phoenix Coyotes played the Calgary Flames. "Its not worth it for myself, thinking about is she okay whenever Im not with her. Its something thats unfortunate but thats just how it is." Toronto Maple Leafs forward James van Riemsdyk, who will suit up for the United States in Sochi, said back in December that American hockey officials told him that security will be "very tight." "I know they mentioned things about different actions they were going to take as far as making sure everythings secure," he said. "It seemed like they were on top of all that." Minnesota Wild defenceman Ryan Suter, who will also play for the Americans, said after practice Wednesday that his wife and two young children wont be travelling to Russia. The long trip is part of the reason, but Suter said recent news about terrorist threats made the decision "a little bit easier." Another American Olympian, Suters friend and Wild teammate Zach Parise, also advised his parents and relatives not to come. He said the situation is "nerve wracking, thats for sure." Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kanes parents travelled to Vancouver in 2010 to cheer for him and Team USA. He said Wednesday his mother, a sister and his girlfriend are planning to come to Russia, despite the safety concerns. "They understand whats going on," Kane said. "Its their choice to go over there, and they wanted to. Ill take the support for sure." Kane said hes not worried about security in Sochi. "You hear different things about it, so obviously youre going to think about it," he said. "But at the end of the day, what can we really do about it? Its not our job to worry about that stuff. If something happens, its completely out of our control. If youre worrying about that, then your heads in the wrong place. I think we have to be worried about going over going there and playing well as a country and a team and enjoying your time over there, too." The same goes for Kanes teammate, Jonathan Toews, a member of Team Canada. Toews said his parents and girlfriend will be in Sochi, despite "that thought in their head" about the danger. "Everyone is doing everything they can to make sure there are no dangerous situations. I think our families will be pretty close to where we are in the village so thatll be a little comfort," Toews said. "We just have to enjoy it and be confident everything will be all right." Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys discount uswnt jersey Wholesale AC Milan Jerseys Wholesale Arsenal Jerseys Wholesale A.S. 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